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Greenwich Transport Forum
We held the first Greenwich transport forum on 8 June at the Clockhouse, and were joined by representatives from TfL and Greenwich Council. Read this piece to learn about the concerns that were raised during the meeting.
The stress of travelling to work as a blind person
April is Stress Awareness Month, and Hassan Khan has written about the stress of his everyday commute to work, and what helps him manage it.
Step free access on the Transport for London network
Transport for London is hosting a consultation on step free access: tell us why step free is important to you and which stations need to be prioritised.
Additional dockless bike scheme to hit London streets
A new dockless rented bicycle scheme is coming to London. This time it's carbon neutral and electric, but presents many of the same issues blind and partially sighted pedestrians have with previous schemes.
London Sight Loss Council – June highlights
Check out what the London Sight Loss was up to in June - with highlights from National Volunteers' Week and engaging with London's e-scooter operators.
London Sight Loss Council: open letter on rental e-scooter trials
The London Sight Loss Council has written an open letter to Transport for London about the ongoing e-scooter rental trials in London.
E-scooter trials to begin in London on June 7
Transport for London confirmed that e-scooter rental trials will begin in London on June 7 for a period of 12 months - read London Vision's response.
Electric bus familiarisation event
London Vision held a bus familiarisation event to give blind and partially sighted passengers an opportunity to explore the new bus layout.
Spin and London Vision partner to educate e-scooter riders on disabled pedestrian safety and etiquette
Ford-owned e-scooter company Spin today announces a partnership with London Vision, London’s premier non-profit supporting visually impaired and blind people in London.
TfL e-scooter trials to begin in spring 2021 – London Vision’s response